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Old 06-25-2012, 01:43 PM   #1
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Sidney NE to W Yellowstone

We usually go from Sidney to Casper WY to Cody WY to W Yellowstone; it's a very nice ride.

I would like to get an extra day in Yellowstone; so I'm thinking Sidney to Lander WY via Rawlins then to W. Yellowstone. Is this a decent route? I'm not afraid on mountains but I find straight level roads make the trip easier!
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Check the WY DOT construction projects ... someone posted that there is a significant construction project between Jackson and the south entrance of Yellowstone ... and the roadway is rough and dusty ... I have not been there ... just passing on what someone else posted somewhere

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Ed,
It's not a flat route but I'd recommend going North from Cody into Red Lodge MT and up the Cooke City Hwy into the NE entrance. One of the most beautiful drives in the entire lower 48!
Once more....it's NOT flat.
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Farley,
Been there .... that's too much like work with the MH & Toad. On RV.Net someone suggested Boysen State Park as a stop. That looks good to me; I really like the Wind River Area.
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